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ATandT to Throttle Speed for Users of Unlimited Plan

AT&T said customers in the top 5 percent of users in the unlimited data plan would result in reduced download speeds. Read More >

iPhone, Samsung Android Knock Nokia from Top of Smartphone Market: ABI

Apple and Samsung knocked Nokia from the top smartphone perch in the second quarter, according to ABI Research. The rivals are expected to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S II and iPhone 5 this fall. Read More >

Samsung Sells 5M Galaxy S II Smartphones Ahead of U.S. Launch

Samsung said it has sold 5 million Galaxy S II devices in 85 days, a healthy pace for phones that have yet to hit the U.S. to challenge the forthcoming iPhone 5. Read More >

iPad More Popular Than Android Smartphones in the Enterprise: Good

Apple's iPad share in the enterprise market is greater than Google's Android smartphone market share, according to Good Technology's mobile device data report. Apple iOS is also leading in net new activations. Read More >

Despite Slipping Sales, Nokia CEO Elop Remains Optimistic

Nokia CEO Stephen Elop tried sounding a note of cautious optimism even as his struggling company reported significant quarterly losses. Read More >

IT Management Slideshow: 9 Ways for Apple to Win Over CIOs

When it comes to Apple, CIOs have a difficult time coming to a consensus. On one hand, the company delivers outstanding products that consumers and even the most battled-scarred tech leader can agree are appealing. In fact, soaring iPhone and iPad sales gave Apple its... Read More >

Business Going Mobile with Tablets, Social Media

More SMB mobile professionals are connected via their smartphones and tablets, according to a new study. Read More >

Soaring iPad, iPhone Sales Give Apple Its 'Best Quarter Ever'

Apple reported its new OS X 10.7 "Lion" is launching July 20, and that iPad and iPhone sales are up, as part of its July 19 earnings call. Read More >

RIM Evaluates Management Structure, Preps New BlackBerry Smartphones

RIM executives are insisting the company's upcoming BlackBerry smartphones will help it come out ahead, even as RIM evaluates its current co-CEO structure. Read More >

U.S. Smartphone Users: 35 Percent of All Adults

Android is the most popular smartphone platform, according to the latest report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project. One quarter smartphone owners conduct most of their online browing on the the devices. Read More >

Apple iPad 3, iPhone 5 Due for Fall Release: Report

A new report says Apple will launch the iPad 3 and iPhone 5 in the fall. Many news sources have already predicted an autumn debut for the iPhone 5. Read More >

Google's Mobile Sales Could Reach $14B in 2015

Google Wallet and Offers are a couple of the services that could help boost the search engine's mobile sales share to $14 billion by 2015, according to Canaccord Genuity. Read More >

Apple iPhone 5 Expected in August With New Case Design: Report

Rumors about Apple's next-generation iPhone are flying fast and furious, with one report claiming the iPhone 5 will have a new case design and could be released as soon as August. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: 10 Reasons For CIOs To Hate iPhone 5

The Apple iPhone 5, announced at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference in early June, was reportedly due for its big reveal on Oct. 4. However, when the big day came no iPhone 5 was mentioned. Instead, Apple introduced an improved version of iPhone called 4S and announced that... Read More >

Adobe Delivers Flash Builder 4.5 and Flex 4.5

Adobe announced the release of Flash Builder 4.5 and Flex 4.5 developers to build applications for iPhone, iPad and BlackBerry PlayBook. Read More >

Bill to Restrict Mobile Location Data Collection Introduced in the Senate

The Location Privacy Protection Act, introduced by U.S. Sens. Al Franken and Richard Blumenthal, seeks to require companies to inform users if and when location data is being collected by their mobile devices. Read More >

Corporate iPhone, iPad Users Can Now Use Google Sync

Google has added new features to its Google Sync application to let iPhone and iPad users search Gmail or send email from any address. Read More >

BlackBerry Maker RIM Reports Revenue Down, Layoffs Looming

Research in Motion (RIM), maker of BlackBerry smartphones, shipped 500,000 of its new PlayBook tablets in its fiscal Q1 2012. Even so, the company reports a 12 percent decline in revenue from the previous quarter. Read More >

iPhone PIN Codes: 10 Most Common

It's time to remind your iPhone users to try a little ingenuity when picking their passwords. A new study reveals that many users are relying on glaringly obvious and commonplace PIN codes to protect their devices. Read More >

iPhone App Discovery, Facebook Sharing Come to Microsoft's Bing

The Bing team upgraded the Bing for iPhone app, and the Bing for Mobile browser Website, in an effort to compete with Google and company in the mobile world. Read More >

Apple iPhones, iPads Embraced for Napa County's Mobile Workers

Gary Coverdale, Chief Information Security Officer for Napa County, needed to meet the demands from mobile workers to use Apple iPhones and iPads on the job, while ensuring the levels of security required by the county's 26 different agencies. Find out how he did it. Read More >

Is Google Wallet an Idea Ahead of Its Time?

Google Wallet is trying to make mobile payment mainstream, but consumers may not be ready for it. Read More >

Will 'Mango' Update Make Windows Phone 7 an iPhone, Android Competitor?

Mango represents a substantial revamp of Microsoft’s mobile platform, which is struggling for adoption in the face of competition from Google Android and Apple’s iPhone. Read More >

Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 Mango Update Will Be Major

Microsoft's upcoming Windows Phone "Mango" will likely be a major overhaul of the software giant's iPhone and Android competitor. Read More >

Gartner: Android Smartphone Market Share Accelerates

Mobile devices running the Google Android operating system continue their worldwide market penetration, accounting for 36.2 million smartphones sold worldwide in Q1 2011. The platform is giving Apple's iPhone a run for its money, even as market share for smartphones running Symbian, BlackBerry OS and Windows continues to decline. Read More >

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